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Support by Adding Indexes

Multiple indexes can be used to access a data file by multiple access paths. In such a scheme only single copy of the data is consider, only the number of paths is added with the use of indexes. Let us talk about two main approaches in this category: Multi-List file organisation and Inverted file organisation.

 

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